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81. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network
$999.99 $943.68 list($1,229.00)
82. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
$120.00 list($183.00)
83. HP PhotoSmart 7660 Inkjet Printer
84. HP HP48GX RPN Expandable Graphic
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85. HP Two-Sided Duplexer Printing
$369.99 list($374.00)
86. HP LaserJet 1300 Printer
$89.98 list($219.00)
87. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
$82.99 $64.00 list($115.54)
88. HP C9700A Black Print Cartridge
$199.99 $179.95 list($243.00)
89. HP DeskJet 6540dt Color Printer
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90. HP Thumb - keyboard ( FA302A#AC3
91. HP(R) All-In-One Printing Paper,
$354.95 list($480.00)
92. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
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93. HP Pavilion dv1130us 14.0" Entertainment
$747.99 $699.99 list($893.00)
94. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
$1,149.99 list($1,437.00)
95. HP Pavilion zv6005us 15.4" Notebook
$199.00 list($89.99)
96. HP 48G Graphing Calculator
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97. HP 610 Digital Color Copier
$59.00 list($122.00)
98. HP PhotoSmart 7260 Inkjet Printer
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99. HP Toner for the LJ4600 (Black)
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100. HP ScanJet 8200 Professional Image

81. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,572.00
our price: $1,249.99
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Asin: B00064C5XU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 8052
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  • Up to 45 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 460 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 512 MB
  • 600-sheet standard input capacity
  • HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server
  • USB and parallel connectivity; PC and Mac compatible

82. HP Color LaserJet 3550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,229.00
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B0005923QK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6250
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  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution, HP ImageREt 2,400 dpi effective resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed, first page in 22 seconds
  • 64 MB built-in RAM; 350-sheet input capacity, expandable to 850 sheets
  • HP Jetdirect en3700 Fast Ethernet external print server
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional wireless networking; PC and Mac compatible

83. HP PhotoSmart 7660 Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $183.00
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Asin: B0000ACOVZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6054
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

HP's PhotoSmart 7660 photo printer offers high-quality, convenient photo printing directly from your digital camera's memory card, or from your PC or Mac computer. With four built-in memory card slots, you can be guaranteed compatibility with virtually any camera--choose from CompactFlash (Type I and II) and Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Sticks, Secure Digital, Multi Media Card and xD-Picture Card memory cards.

You can select images for printing from thumbnails provided on the HP photo proof sheets which can be generated without hook-up to a computer. Other convenient features include a 2 line text LCD on the top panel of the printer for assisted task navigation, a one touch save-to-PC button, and a front panel USB port for plug and play connection to your laptop.

Print speeds are variable, depending on the speed/quality mode selected, and range from up to 12 ppm for black printing (Fast Draft mode) to approximately 116 seconds for a 4-by-6-inch photo print (Best mode). Print speeds can be increased with the addition of the optional HP no. 56 black print cartridge.

The PhotoSmart 7660 handles a wide range of media types and sizes, and comes with a dedicated 20-sheet 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray plus a 100-sheet standard media input tray to easily handle all your everyday printing. An optional duplexing accessory is available separately to enhance paper handling even further. The PhotoSmart 7660 comes with just about everything you'll need to get started (USB cable not included), and is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP PhotoSmart 7660 photo printer, HP no. 57 (C6657A) tri-color inkjet print cartridge, HP no. 58 (C6658A) photo inkjet print cartridge, power supply, basics guide, software on CD-ROM (PC and Mac), setup poster, electronic documentation, media pack ... Read more


  • Print directly from your digital camera memory card
  • Up to 12 ppm black, 11 ppm color with standard cartridge
  • Select images from an HP photo proof sheet without a computer
  • 2-line text LCD for simple operation
  • 2 USB ports, 4 memory card slots; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Photos
If you are looking for an affordable photoprinter, not a fast text printer, this is the one.

I have a 2 year old printer at home printing digital photos at 2400x1200 dpi. I printed the same photo on both my old printer and the hp 7660 at max resolution and wow the colors in the hp printer are more vivid and accurate. The photo felt more life like, similar to film prints.

The draw backs are you can not refill the ink cartridges, and you have to switch between black and the photo cartridges. It is slow printing text pages compared to a dual roll printer like a deskjet.

In summary if you want a great photo printer at a reasonable price this one is it, if you want to print say 24 page documents all the time buy another printer. This was designed to be a photo printer, not a document printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars great performance
When I fist installed the printer, I couldn`t get it to work. Then I disconnected my USB devices, then I downloaded the driver update, and reinstalled it. After reinstalling, I re-connected my USB devices to the computer and I`ve had no problems since then. It prints out fantastic photos and with great detail. I`ve got my scanner, monitor and printer all calibrated together. I print what I see on my screen. I`ve used the photo cartridge and can`t believe the print. I`ve had Epson and Canon`s and this printer exceeds them. This is my 2nd HP printer. I work in the Printing industry and have compared this with our commercial printers and the results are much better. It shows greater detail in the highlights and the shadows. Other than the USB snafu at installation, I`d recommend this printer over all the printers I`ve seen and used. And the price can`t be beat. I slide the ink saturation tab all the way over to the left and I think it helps conserve ink with no loss of quality. Don`t let `picoliter` and `ink nozzle` talk from the others sway you into making an expensive mistake. If all you want is the best picture quality and a great price, go with the HP 7660.

4-0 out of 5 stars MAC Users - Get the Latest Driver from HP Support
If you have a Mac G4, if your OS X version is 3.3.4, HP would have you believe that the printer will work out of the box, with later versions of OS X. After some 4 hours of trying to work this out on a G4 PowerBook, here are the results of trying to use the CD provided "with the printer".
1. It set up fine and showed the printer in the OSX printers window.
2. It tested itself fine in the Test and WOW! mode, printing its specimen pictures using the Powerbook
3. Trying to print a picture from Photoshop CS, caused the Adobe program to ABORT.
4, Trying to print a picture from Preview, caused the Apple program to ABORT.
5. Trying to print a picture from iPhoto caused the Apple program to ABORT.

I returned the printer the next day to Circuit City, even though it cost me a 15% restocking fee. They were selling old stock, with out-dated drivers.
I then went to Cosco, and bought the (High-End) $299 HP Printsmart 7960 Printer on sale for $179. It has the latest CD with the correct driver. This printer works as it should.
In talking with the HP Support person, I found a day later, that I could have downloaded the new driver from their site, but the store people had no clue that this would be a problem for Macintosh. They speak PC, not Mac.
And with the way it uses ink, I estimate that I will equal the price of the printer in 4 sets of ink cartridges, in about a month. They should sell the printers for free, and make their money on the ink cartridges.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Time with Other Printers...
This is the photo printer to get! I bought mine last week from Sam's Club for under $100 (and it came with a USB cable). I researched printers for quite some time...and the HP Photsmart 7660 had just the features I was looking for. GREAT print quality, VERY quiet operation, easy to use, and it worked right out of the box. Follow the simple steps on the setup guide and you're in business. There are other HP's I looked at but most had bells & whistles I didn't need or was never going to use.

I printed color photo's, back & white photo's, and documents and I'm pleased with every print so far. I purchased the black & white print cartridge and the photo's look clean, crisp and equal to the quality from a photo lab. If you do any black & white work get the catridge, you'll be happy you did. I bought both HP photo paper and Kodak premium photo paper and I'm happy with both although the HP photo paper seemed to have a higher luster and is a bit heavier. I like the seperate 4x6 paper tray on the printer - easy to use. As a photographer I like the convenience of this printer. I can view and edit my photo's in Adobe Photoshop 7 and have great quality prints up to 8.5x11 in almost an instant.

Not sure how long the printer cartidges last yet. I bought several just in case they run out fast. I'm keeping close track of my usage so I can figure out the cost per print. I'll try to post some info on that subject at a later date. In the mean time I know I made a wise choice selecting an HP Photosmart printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars I like it for the quality and cost
This was the least expensive of the HP printers that I was considering. When I brought it home and started using it I definitely made the right decision. The boderless prints are great and the quality is fantastic. I also like that this printer is not as loud as my deskjet HP, a big plus. Some things to consider though it doesen't come with a usb cord, so purchase one also if you plan on buying this printer (note: be sure to get the right one) I have a usb cord but the one I have didn't fit into the slot, so I had to borrow the usb cord from my scanner instead. Also, I wanted to point out that the print cartridges, seem to run out fairly quick (they are pretty small though, so it makes sense), have a supply on hand if you plan on printing an album out like I am. Overall I like this printer for it's cost and the quality prints. ... Read more

84. HP HP48GX RPN Expandable Graphic Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $265.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004TFKZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5757
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Hewlett-Packard's HP 48GX is the most powerful calculator in the 48 series, offering the same advanced calculation and programmability features as its siblings, along with expansion options that should appeal to power users and programmers. All this is made possible by the expansion card slot, which lets users expand the built-in memory from 128 KB to a maximum of 1.256 MB or install application software that adds more advanced features to the calculator.

The 48GX is no slouch. Its colorful array of buttons lets users tap into 2,300 built-in functions, 300 of which are built-in formulas and scientific constants that encompass the spectrum of the mathematical and scientific fields. It handles everything from basic algebra equations to advanced trigonometric and statistical calculations. Best of all, if the 48GX doesn't have a feature you desperately need, you can use the built-in object-oriented programming language to create functions from scratch. You can then label your creations and access them as you would any other feature that is integrated with the calculator.

The 48GX uses reverse polish notation (RPN, also called postfix notation), which can be difficult for beginners to grasp, but advanced students and professionals will appreciate RPN's elegance and relative simplicity. An optional connectivity kit lets users connect the device to a PC to download new equations and software, and the integrated infrared port lets you share data with other calculators or output your graphs, plots, or other results to a separately available infrared printer. Typical students may want to opt for a less expensive (and less expandable) calculator in the 48 series, like the 48G+, but for those who demand the best and may need more than 128 KB of memory, the 48GX is the clear choice. --T. Byrl Baker


  • RPN can speed data entry with practice
  • Expansion slot adds extra memory and software options
  • Programmable, so you can add nearly any feature you like


  • Cluttered keypad
  • Learning RPN and basic object-oriented programming can be daunting for the uninitiated
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  • Over 2,300 functions including over 300 for scientific and engineering applications
  • Built-in equation library with over 300 formulas and constants
  • 2-way infrared communication, RS-232C serial port; supports optional printer
  • 128 KB memory; 2 card ports for expandable RAM and ROM
  • 2-D and 3-D graphing capabilities

Reviews (35)

For a serious electronic engineering student in his senior year in college, calculations extensively revolve around converting units including bases as well as vectors. Compared to it's competitions from TI, it is such a no nonsense super-powerful engineering calculator that even the TI-92 doesn't come close to what this 48-GX can do. Entering numbers in RPN format may be quite tricky at first, but after about 4-hrs later, I came to prefer this format over the algebraic one. RPN totally eliminates the need of parenthesis. Algebriac fans can do algebriac entry and/or display too. It has a massive expendable equation library, so there is no need to carry around a ton of formula sheets. I also own a TI-85 and a CASIO FX-115W. Other than not being able to graph, the little $20 CASIO is much stronger and capable than the TI. It can do integration, derivatives, and can easily convert bases (HEX, BIN, DEC) and vectors (POL, REC). Up until I bought the 48-GX, I only used the CASIO. Now I don't have to use the CASIO anymore. I did some comparisons with my friends and found out that this HP calculator has all the ability of a TI-89 and a CASIO FX-2 as well as the usability of a CASIO-FX-115W, in addition to many more features, including easy expendable memory using cards which can be used like floppy disks to store infinite data, alarm clock, dnld and play music, x-fers to other 48-G/G+/GX by means of infrared light, symbolic calculations that can be converted into a numeric answer in one step, add/sub/mul/div polar and rectangular formats together in the same step, and don't forget the UNDO button when something goes oops. This is only to mention a few. It comes with an intro manual, and a very good comprehensive manual. If you are an engineer or a serious engineering student, one day alone with the 48-GX is all you need to famaliarize yourself with it, and chances are you'll never go back to a weak and overpriced TI again. If you don't need 3D analysis, HP-39G or CASIO FX-2.0 is recommendable, which are equal to TI-86. If you don't need graphing, CASIO FX-115W is a good choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best calculator in the world
This an incredible machine. Has a bit of a learning curve to be able to harness it's power, though. Has unit conversion, terrific equation capability, and probably more software written for it than any other calculator in the world. If you just need basic calculator functions, however, this isn't the one for you. Also, if you're not familiar with RPN (reverse polish notation, i.e. 4 ENTER 5 + displays 9, instead of algebraic 4 + 5 = displaying 9), then you should avoid it; buy a cheaper RPN machine 1st and see if you can adapt to it. RPN, however, is far superior to algebraic notation once you get used to it. Do NOT waste your money on the HP 49, which I also own, and can't stand. The HP 49 has rubber buttons which are hard to press, and a bizzare color, and is very difficult to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP48 Review - For Electrical/electronic engineering
I am a electrical/electronic engineer working in a research laboratory, and have 20+ years of calculator use behind me! I have owned HP calculators since the earliest days and an HP48 series for many years now.

Although expensive, value for money is very good given the quality, performance and longevity on offer.

Plus points - RPN logic; wonderful tactile keys; display - especially display of the 'stack' which holds intermediate results when evaluating a long formula; equation solver and associated graphing; ease of 'everyday' programming; matrix entry tool; complex number, vector and matrix math are as easy as real number math with no special 'modes' to set; numerical integration of functions; analytic solution of integrals and differentials; directory structured memory for user programs, functions and data; user definable 'soft keys'; PC connection for backup & programming. The solid construction - mine works very hard and is still as good as new.

Negative points. Graphic functions and especially the graphical equation editor can be slow. More complex programming needs study of the programming language and the manual open beside you - but is very powerful. Bit bulky for field trips (I have a shirt pocket HP-11 for that - discontinued now I think). My version of PC software is a bit clunky, but current offering might have a much newer version

It uses RPN, which I prefer, as it is logical and efficient - but it does take a little learning and some people just don't like it. I believe it is worth the effort, especially at the start of a career. My calculator is used to make real engineering decisions - so I don't trust many 'algebraic entry' calculators where sometimes it is not clear how complex formulae will be interpreted. This is particularly true of the newer generation of algebraic calculators that advertise 'formulas entered as you would on paper' (i.e "Sin X" instead of "X Sin") I find they often have inconsistencies (e.g square root operates on the subsequent input, but 1/x operates immediately on the number in the display, as does x! [factorial x]) These inconsistencies have to be remembered to avoid possibly serious and unnoticed errors. RPN has only one rule - a function executes as soon as its button is pressed (or it is reached in a program). The famous HP stack which stores - and displays - arguments and intermediate results replaces the use of brackets and is far more flexible. Together these features, and others - like the ease of recovering from your errors - put you firmly in control all for the cost of an hour or two of learning. But, as I say, some people don't like it so newcomers would be wise to find someone to demonstrate RPN before buying.

In summary this is the best calculator I have owned, and probably ever will as some reviewers say the newer HP products appear to have moved down market in terms of construction and ergonomics - but I have no experience of this.

PS I have no connection with HP, other than 25 years of good
service from HP calculator products.

Oh, yes. Some reviewers say the beep can't be turned off, keying MODES -> BEEP works on mine!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Stack is different. This required learning
To store '5' on the HP48 line of calculators, hit 5 [enter]. It's stored. You can even see where it's stored right away because you're always looking at the bottom four stack entries. It seems the previous reviewer believes that the way TI does calculators is the way calculators should be done. If that's you, buy a TI. Storing a value in a named variable is a fundamentally different way of thinking about calculation from the way HP decided to do it.

With RPN, there is very rarely any need for a named variable and it only took me about an hour to start using this calculator for fairly complex EE homework. One of the things I noticed about RPN fairly quickly is that if you're doing complex calculations, you'll often build up intermediate values and then bring the intermediate values together at the end. My study-buddies were always writing down their intermediate values, I just left them on the stack while I did the other calculations. More often than not, those previously calculated values were exactly where I needed them when I needed them later. Everyone else was punching back in the values that they had previously written down (with the possibility of error on each transcription) or trying to remember which variable they had stored them in.

I don't mean to ding the TI approach, I used to work at TI and I think they make a great product. I simply think that the HP has a subtly better philosophy of calculation and a massively better keyboard in the 48s/sx/g/sx line of calculators.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Mercedes Benz of Calculators
Being a college professor of Electrical Engineering for over 30 years, and having used numerous brands and models of calculators and having written reviews of some of them for various publications, there is no doubt in my mind that the HP48GX is indeed head and shoulders above all the other calculators (even the HP49). The RPL entry system is a natural and easy to learn process that mimics the pencil and paper approach that we've all learned in Grammar school arithmetic. The efficiency of input and the ease with which it handles comlex-number calculations is second to none. Formulae can be entered with mixed units and the calculator automatically performs internal conversions to present the answer in whatever valid units you desire. It handles 2-D and 3-D vectors with all the corresponding mathematical operations seemlessly. The infrared connectivity (wireless) and RS232 port (wire) both allow communication between another HP calculator and your computer. This calculator has the right mix of 'function per key' versus 'menu per key' that makes it very easy to negotiate.
One can enter a formula in algebraic notation and the calculator can solve for one of the variables in symbolic and/or numeric form (if all the other vales are specified). The keystroke error recovery facility is superb. A couple of days with this calculator and most people cannot go back to their old 'Algebraic Operating System' calculators, with its cumbersome parenthesis, without making a mistake.
There is not enough space here to praise this calculator to the extent that it deserves. Over the years with all the students and professionals I've had contact with, I know of no one who has ever regretted purchasing this calculator except for the fact that they realized that they waisted money on purchasing their AOS calculators. ... Read more

85. HP Two-Sided Duplexer Printing Accessory for HP Inkjet Printers (C8955A#A2L)
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B000069LI0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2496
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Expand your printer's functionality with this two-sided printing accessory from HP. With this unit, you can turn your single-sided printer into a double-sided one, to easily create brochures, greeting cards, and more. Save both paper and money by printing double sided documents in the office or around the house.

Designed for use with a wide range of HP printers, including the following: HP Deskjet 930, 940, 950, 960, 995ck, 5150, 5550, 5650, 5850; HP Officejet g55, g85, 6100; HP digital copier 400; HP PSC 2410 and 2510, and HP PhotoSmart 1000, 1115, 1215, 1315, 7100, 7300, 7500, 7600, 7700, and 7900 series, this duplexer has an input paper capacity of up to 100 sheets or up to 20 cards. The maximum document size for paper is 8.5 by 11 inches and up to 5 by 8 inches for cards.

The duplexer installs easily and is compatible with both Mac and PC platforms. HP provides also provides a one-year warranty on both parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Permits printing on both sides of your paper
  • Compatible with a wide range of HP printers
  • Paper capacity up to 100 sheets or 20 cards
  • 8.5-by-11-in maximum paper input size
  • 1-year parts and labor warranty

86. HP LaserJet 1300 Printer
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $374.00
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Asin: B000090WF0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1966
Average Customer Review: 3.22 out of 5 stars
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The LaserJet 1300 from HP is a monochrome laser printer that offers high-quality output, fast print time, and expandability options. With a resolution as high as 1,200 dpi, prints are crisp and accurate, while speeds of up to 20 ppm (8 seconds for the first page out) mean you won't have to wait long for print jobs to finish.

A 250-page standard input tray can be supplemented with an optional tray for a total of 510 pages, while the 16 MB standard memory can be boosted up to 80 MB. The 133 Hz internal processor is capable of handling large print jobs, while the 10,000-page per month maximum duty cycle provides reliability even in heavy-use environments. The 1300 comes with standard USB and parallel port interfaces, and optional HP Jetdirect print servers allow you to add the printer to a network and print from multiple computers.

A wide variety of paper types and sizes are supported, including paper (plain, recycled), cardstock, envelopes, labels, transparencies, letter, legal, executive, and more. Energy Star compliant, the 1300's 110 to 127V (+- 10%), 50/60 Hz power supply consumes about 285 watts during normal operation or about 7 watts during standby. PC, Mac, and Linux compatible, the 1300 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP LaserJet 1300 printer, HP smart print cartridge (in protective bag), getting started guide, software and electronic user guide on CD-ROM, power cord, print media input tray, printer priority input slot, parallel LIO adapter; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Up to 20 ppm print speed
  • 16 MB standard memory, expandable to 80 MB
  • First page in just 8 seconds
  • USB and parallel interfaces, optional networking

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I have had this printer about three months. I mainly use this printer to print documents and PowerPoint handouts. The text and black-and-white image quality is awesome. I use HP multipurpose paper at 600 dpi, and the text looks very sharp.

I took off 1 star because the printer makes the top 1/2 inch of the paper wavy. It does become flat after I put the paper in binders, but it can be annoying at times.

Pros: very good print quality at 600dpi, fast startup, sturdy build, nice design, power switch
Cons: noise, paper curling, only CD-ROM product manual, no usb/parallel cable

5-0 out of 5 stars HP LaserJet 1300 is GREAT
For the price, this printer does a NICE job. It's fast, I mean SUPER FAST and the print quality is very good. I highly recommend it as a home office printer. In addition to being fast, it's QUIET. I've researched this printer and am VERY happy with my decision.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Printer
I just upgraded from an HP-1200 series to this HP-1300 printer, and I'm extremely pleased. I loved my 1200 series printer, but HP actually managed to make some improvements with this machine. Specifically, it's slightly quicker and runs even quieter. I use my printer a great deal to print long manuscripts, so I really need one with these qualities. The only possible debit is that the printer is slightly larger than the 1200 series - I keep bumping my chair into it, but I think that's a small issue! For the price and quality, you really cannot beat this printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars LaserJet 1300 Disappointing on Mac OS X
I've used dozens of different types of printers and have owned several HP printers. I switched to Macintosh a year ago, and got the LaserJet 1300 several months ago. I've decided to give the printer away, and will probably replace it with the Brother 5070.

My first gripe with the 1300 is its minimal documentation. There is also no help and the tech support information online is weak.

My second gripe is unreliability. The printer doesn't have a display to name errors. It has three indicator lights. The printer frequently stops working, and all three lights come on. The manual says that when this happens, I should turn the printer off, leave it off for a bit, and then start up and try again. This usually does little to help. The manual also says that if this continues, I should call for tech support.

So I called for tech support. My first call was apparently to the wrong group. The technician insisted on collecting all of my contact information at the start of the call, promising that he would give me support after we went through the full, long, contact survey. And then he did. He told me I called the wrong department and gave me the phone number for the right department. The second technician walked me through loading a new driver onto the Mac and doing a hard reset of the printer.

The manual doesn't tell me how to do a full reset of the printer (restoring it to factory state) and I didn't realize this was going on (the tech would tell me what to do next, but not what we were doing at the more global level, maybe she didn't know) until we were fairly far along. So I still don't know how to do this, and don't know how to find out short of calling HP for support again.

The printer worked OK for a few months, locking up occasionally but not so often that the machine was unusable. But now it's back up to its old tricks. 3 lights, printing stops, and power off only lets me get a few more pages done before I get 3 lights again. I spent several hours one night troubleshooting this, and three hours (clocked) a few nights ago troubleshooting this, and finally gave up.

The HP web site provides no useful information, or at least none that I could find.

The website did provide access to drivers to download. I can either download the OS X driver from September 2003 (I think I'm using that one) or I can order (and pay money for). That disk is dated April 2004. I can't tell whether the driver on the April 2004 disk is more recent than the September 2003 driver or not. I also can't tell what the driver version number is for my printer. (The About information for the printer doesn't have it and did I mention there is no help under the help menu?)

My impression is that this is a driver problem, not a hardware problem.

Maybe I can clean it up, for a while, with a full reset of the printer and a reload of the latest driver.

But at some point, the time I lose is more valuable than the cost of a replacement printer. I passed the threshold a few nights ago. We've had some driver problems (I have a lab at school) with some HP multifunction printers and the Macintosh. Not as bad as the 1300, but for the first time in 20 years, I'm going to buy a laser printer that is not a Hewlett-Packard.

2-0 out of 5 stars poor quality type
I'm not sure what other people use their printer for, but I need top quality-looking manuscripts. I had a 4L for ten years and it gave better quality. The problem is that it prints too light. Otherwise, its a nice machine. But I'm returning mine.
good luck. ... Read more

87. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
list price: $219.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006HZ05
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 16868
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Enjoy true-to-life photo-quality with the HP Photosmart 7350 color inkjet printer. Get up to 4800 x 1200 optimized color dpi (on premium photo papers and 1200 x 1200 input dpi when printing from a computer) or up to six-ink color printing. Print directly from your digital camera memory cards using convenient card slots - without using a computer. Or, simply connect your HP digital camera with direct-printing capability to the front USB port, then print your photos - without using a computer. Plus, easily save photos to your PC and print border less photos using the 4x6-inch photo paper tray and HP premium plus photo paper. ... Read more


  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 10 ppm black, 11 ppm color; 17 ppm black with optional cartridge
  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi photos
  • Accepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, and Memory Stick
  • 6-ink color system; optional 2-sided printing

Reviews (47)

1-0 out of 5 stars HP Photosmart 7350
I bought the 7350 less than 2 years ago and paid almost $200.00 for it. It sounds like a thrashing machine, clunks and jerks, and now it only prints occasionally. I'm taking it to the Goodwill store today; maybe someone else can get it to perform since I sure can't. I'm tired of trying.
Joann in Texas

4-0 out of 5 stars Great photos.Very good Price!
I paid over $150 for mine > a year ago.No regrets!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money )$148.00
The problem I have is the faces being rather fuzzy. Have tried everything to correct it , have not figured out how or if it can be done.
Its very easy to use, if only I could get clearer pictures!

3-0 out of 5 stars 7350 Highs and Lows
We bought the HP 7350 Photosmart Printer at Christmas. It looks great and is, mercifully, quiet. It doesn't click and "whirr" like the other, cheaper printers we have. Front card slots make it a stand alone product, but you lose some control over the prints. Generally the Printer looks and feels professional.
We get fast prints on lower resolutions. Very fast. Occasional printing gives good, vibrant colours on affordable photos. Under Windows XP Professional, printing, and the software control options, have been generally reliable, though not cheap. We had problems with earlier Windows and USB versions. If the 7350 went offline, we couldn't get it back without a hard reset. It's all fine until you use it every day, and, a lot. Running costs are high. And now, it's started printing in pink. So it's OK for the occasional home user. Don't rely on any ink-jet printer for business. Running costs,and hassle, have consigned our 7350 to the kids' room. It just proves that pre-printed documents are better, cheaper, and more reliable than using ink-jets. Any time. Our 7350 is a smart, occasional, photo-printer, excellent for fast text prints. That's all.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, Some things to consider
I purchased this printer about a month ago along with the hp scanjet 5500c Scanner and the Olympus C-50 digital camera (both also were good decisions)for my Mac OS 10.2 system.It has turned out to be an excellent decision.This printer prints both text and pictures very well without problems.However there are some things to consider:

1, if you are planning to use it only by your camera's memory card, it does not work with xD, but if you have a computer don't worry about it.

2, it can take a while to become familiar with its controls

3, for high quality pictures it can take a while to initialize and print, sometimes up to 5-8 minutes for an 8 x 10.However, it's well worth the wait, and you can easily print ordinary quality/smaller pictures.

4, The photo or color ink cartridge may run out more quickly than you might like (remember to replace the photo ink cartridge with the B & W when not printing photos)

This is definitely a good printer for the cost.I have a PC anda Mac OS X 10.2 and it works well for both. ... Read more

88. HP C9700A Black Print Cartridge for Color LaserJet 1500/2500
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $115.54
our price: $82.99
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Asin: B00007FH01
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 6541
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  • For HP Color LaserJet 1500 and 2500 printers
  • Rich black ink for high-contrast images and clear text
  • Yields 5,000 pages at 5% coverage
  • Part of HP's precision printing system
  • Genuine HP quality consumable

89. HP DeskJet 6540dt Color Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $243.00
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002GWUFU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 5462
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The HP DeskJet 6540dt color inkjet printer offers versatile performance and connectivity and a sleek-looking, low-profile design. Features include fast 30 ppm black printing (up to 20 ppm in color) plus sharp resolutions, fine enough even for home photo printing. The 6540dt offers expanded paper handling plus handy two-sided (automatic duplex) printing.

The 6540dt produces crisp 1,200 dpi printing in black, and up to 4,800-optimized dpi color. Users can choose to use an optional photo print cartridge for six-color printing, or stick with the standard four-color. Either way, you'll get high-quality photo print results. The 6540dt also offers the choice of printing photos with or without borders on a variety of media types and sizes, and includes HP photo printing software for easy task management and image editing.

The HP 6540dt offers versatile connectivity. It features two USB ports (standard)--one in the back and one in the front--for easy laptop connection. An optional external print server is available, as in an optional 802.11b wireless accessory. The 6540dt is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP Deskjet 6540dt color inkjet printer, HP duplexing unit printing accessory ph5712 (Q5712A), HP 250-sheet paper tray pt3447 (Q3447A), HP 96 black inkjet print cartridge (C8767W), HP 97 tri-color inkjet print cartridge (C9363W), HP photo printing software (Windows only), printer software (Windows and Macintosh) and User's guide on CD-ROM, setup poster, reference guide, power supply, power cord; USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Up to 1,200 dpi black resolution, up to 4,800-optimized color dpi
  • Fast 30 ppm printing in black, 20 ppm in color
  • 400-sheet paper capacity, automatic duplexing
  • Optional networking and wireless connectivity
  • 2 USB ports including 1 in front; PC and Mac compatible

90. HP Thumb - keyboard ( FA302A#AC3 )

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Asin: B0006U6G8E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard (Consumables)
Sales Rank: 28470
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QWERTY layout, Shortcut keys, , ... Read more

91. HP(R) All-In-One Printing Paper, 8 1/2 x 11, 22 Lb., 94 Brightness, Ream Of 500 Sheets
by Hewlett Packard

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Asin: B0000AQNSM
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1168
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92. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $480.00
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Asin: B00008W85I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 9583
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Print, scan, copy and fax in color
  • Auto document feeder
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi black printing, 4,800 x 1,200 dpi color
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, 48-bit color depth
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Multifunction Around!
I must say I agree with some people about this machine, it does have some issues like the size is big and it does shake some while printing but for the most part this is the best machine I have ever owned. Reguardless of what was said previous it does work in Adobe PhotoShop CS which I use. When you load the drivers it installs a twain driver which does come up in PhotoShop. The color is the best I have seen and very crisp and clean. When you open the cover you can tell this is built much more solidly than almost any office machine available. The cartridges are faily inexpensive for ink jets. You can print on many different paper sizes another critizism is the tricolor cartridge. It would be much better with separate cartridges also you have to be careful about the color cartridge, when you print in greyscale it still uses color ink so it can go fast if you are not careful. I wish HP would only use black ink in greyscale but thats where alot of their money comes from I am sure. When you consider the faxing, scanning, quality printing, and copying all from your home office this printer is top notch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does what it says.
Just recently bought a competitive product, i.e. scanner copier and printer. I returned it the same day and bought the HP 7110. Happier than a clam. I've always had HP, but for the last few years, now I'm back. This is a great product. It's classic HP quality, (Weighs a ton) but has the quality in printing, scanning and copying. Even the Fax is simple to use. I like the stand alone fax and copy capabilities, makes life easier in the home office world. I use the machine for a combination of home office activity and personal use. I just scanned in a picture at the highest resolution and printed it at the same on HP photo paper. I'm hard pressed to find the difference in the scanned copy. If you have a home office or a small business buy this machine. You'll be happy you did. Don't waste your time with other equipment. CEO Carey Fiorina has done it again.

3-0 out of 5 stars Problems From Beginning Seem to be Fixed
I have never spent so much time with reps (In India no less) in trying to figure out problems. They sent me black & white new cartridge..that didn't help (I had brownish red print all the time.) Then another rep said it was the color cartridge an sent me one of those, THAT didn't work. Finally they sent me a new machine, sans the top which they said to keep and install on the new "bottom." Then, although all copies went through & the confirmation said they all went, the receivers kept telling me that they didn't get all copies. HP then sent me a new top, so virtually, my entire machine (except prints heads) were replaced. Now all seems to be OK. Good point - You can print on "fast" although the colors are faded when you use these method of copying. Reps were very nice but spent much too much valuable time on the phone with them.

5-0 out of 5 stars cheap and good
Though I got a deal on mine elsewhere.. I just want to mention that it's important to follow the directions. This thing has *separate* print heads from the ink and if you don't install them properly, you can really damage it (like I did with my first Epson.) My father started to set this up (not bothering with the directions,) and almost did just that. This is a change in HP's part, as they usually build the print heads into the ink cartridges. This does save the user $$, but you have to be careful during installation. I had an error during install because I have Microsoft Java instead of Sun Java (or vice-versa?,) but it doesn't matter. It just let me hit "ok" and yeah I don't have the old java. It's very clearly explained on HP's site (under drivers -> HP 7110 -> Support, whatever.) It's for a web-based scanning feature, if you should really want to do that (?)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of [junk]
Apparently there is no bottom for HP poor quality.
No wonder Fiorina is so big fan of outsourcing.
Anyway, I bought my OfficeJet 7110 from Costco. Excellent price and good looking printer. Saved a lot of spave on my desk.
The printer didn't work. I've got "Carriage Error" no matter what I did. ... ... Read more

93. HP Pavilion dv1130us 14.0" Entertainment Notebook PC (Intel Celeron M Processor 360, 512 MB RAM, 60 GB Hard Drive, DVD+/-RW/CD-RW Drive)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,562.00
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Asin: B0006ZAUJK
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
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The lightweight HP Pavilion dv1130us notebook PC fuses together the world of mobile computing with a portable home theater. Watch DVDs on the bright, high-definition-ready 14-inch screen, and share the experience with dual headphone jacks. You can also burn your own CDs and DVDs with the multifomat DVD+/-RW and CD-RW combo drive. The dv1130us is powered by a power-saving 1.4 GHz Celeron M processor, which provides up to a 3-hour battery life. Other features include a 60 GB hard drive, 512 MB of installed RAM, 54g wireless connectivity, and a multiformat memory card reader for easy access to pictures captured on your digital camera. For a more powerful Pentium M processor and 80 GB hard drive, see the HP dv1150us.

The Basics

  • Hard Drive: The 60 GB hard drive (4200 RPM) is an average size for notebook PCs, offering enough capacity for storing documents and productivity software for road warriors. You'll also be able to store a decent-sized digital audio library.
  • Processor: The Intel Celeron M processor is designed specifically for mobile computing, offering a balanced level of mobile-optimized processor technology, good mobile performance, and exceptional value. It features a Deep Sleep state, which helps enable longer battery life by minimizing the power consumption of the processor during brief periods of inactivity. The 1.4 GHz speed is near the top of the speed spectrum for this processor, and it also offers a 400 MHz front-side bus (FSB) speed and a 1 MB L2 cache. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance.)
  • Memory: The 512 MB of built-in memory (2 x 256 MB, DDR SDRAM) is a good start for power users, though it is a little slower (266 MHz) than RAM found in other entertainment-centric laptops. It has two memory slots in total, with a maximum memory expansion up to 2 GB (2 x 1024 MB), and you'll want to maximize the RAM within your budget to take advantage of this notebook's multimedia capabilities.
  • CD/DVD Drive: The combo DVD+/-RW and CD-RW drive is compatible with a wide variety disc formats, including DVD+, DVD-, VCD, and SVCD discs. For DVD-RW discs, it has a 1x write/rewrite speed, while for DVD+RW discs it has a 2x write/rewrite speed (DVDs are read at 5x). For CDs, it has a 16x write/10x rewrite/40x read speed.
  • Keyboard & Mouse: This notebook has a standard 101-key keyboard and two-button touchpad with on/off button and dedictated vertical scroll up/down pad.
Screen, Graphcs and Sound
The 14-inch BrightView WXGAhigh-definition widescreen display has a 15:9 aspect ratio and 1280 x 768-pixel resolution, providing 25% more screen information and the same widescreen film picture size as a standard 15-inch XGA screen. You'll get TV-quality images, even in direct sunlight. It also features the integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2 video/graphics card (with 64 MB of shared video memory), 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro-compatible audio, and internal Harman/Kardon speakers.

Connectivity and Expansion Slots
The dv1130us has an integrated 54g wireless LAN that's compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g networks. You get a limited offering of connectivity options, but it does include super-fast USB 2.0:

  • 3 USB 2.0 ports for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digital cameras to MP3 players
  • 1 VGA monitor port
  • 1 S-Video out
  • 1 PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot (Type I/II, 32-bit)
  • 2 headphone jacks
  • 1 microphone jack
  • Multiformat memory card reader, compatible with Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia (MMC), Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SmartMedia, and XD cards
It also has an integrated 56K modem (V.90) and an RJ-45 LAN network port (for a 10/100 Gigabit Ethernet connection to networks and DSL/cable modems).

Preloaded System and Software
This system comes with the Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 operating system with Advanced Security Technologies, which helps to reduce unwanted downloads and pop-ups while surfing the Web. It also comes preloaded with Microsoft Works (for working with word processing and spreadsheet documents), Symantec Norton Antivirus 2005 (with 60 days of LiveUpdate), Adobe Acrobat Reader, Sonic RecordNow, InterVideo WinDVD, InterVideo Home Theater, Apple iTunes and Apple iTunes Music Store, Adobe PhotoShop Album STE, Muvee autoProducer, Microsoft Money, MSN Encarta Plus, and Microsoft Office Student and Teacher Edition (60 Day Trial Version).

The included HP Image Zone Plus photo and imaging software makes it easy to organize, edit, share, print, protect, and store your photos and video clips. Organize and find your photos easily by timeline, keywords, and/or location using the unique photo-globe mapping tool. Remove red eye and fix other common problems. Share your photos quickly via e-mails that include thumbnails with links to the full-sized images--without downloading time-consuming attachments.

Dimensions and Weight
At 5.33 pounds, the dv1130us is highly portable. It measures a slender 13.15 x 9.24 x 1.18 inches (LxWxH).

This notebook is powered by a 6-cell rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which offers up to 3 hours of battery life (dependent upon computing conditions).

What's in the Box
This package contains the dv1130us notebook PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, and operating instructions. It is backed by a one-year limiited hardware warranty and 30-day free software support. ... Read more

94. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $893.00
our price: $747.99
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Asin: B0001X6V36
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 15465
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  • 600 x 600 dpi color and black resolution
  • 264 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 192 MB
  • Manual duplexing; includes second input paper tray
  • Parallel, USB 2.0, and 10/100Base-TX Ethernet/Fast Ethernet RJ-45 ports
  • Up to 4 ppm color, 20 ppm black; PC and Mac compatible

95. HP Pavilion zv6005us 15.4" Notebook PC (AMD Athlon 64 3200+ CPU, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive, Double Layer DVD±R/RW and CD-RW Combo Drive)
list price: $1,437.00
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Asin: B00091UIKC
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 15
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Amazon Product Description

The Basics
An excellent example of the rapidly improving price vs. performance ratio of notebook computers, the new HP Pavilion zv6005us 15.4" Notebook PC is a surprisingly affordable yet nicely equipped package that's geared for the future. The system differs from many similarly priced notebooks for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is its comparatively powerful 3D graphics card. But that's not the only unexpected perk. The Pavilion zv6005us also features a 64-bit processor, double layer DVD support, state-of-the-art connectivity, and wireless communication. It's a bit heavier and bulkier than some of today's ultra-portable models and therefore isn't the best choice for anyone who needs to carry their notebook with them wherever they go, but the Pavilion zv6005us is otherwise a very capable machine that delivers superb bang for the buck.

At the heart of any computer lies the CPU (or processor), a massive collection of miniature transistors that governs the speed and power of the entire unit. Some of today's notebooks are equipped with high-end CPU's on par with those found in top-of-the-line desktop PCs, while others are quick enough only for basic duties such as word processing, email and the like. The Pavilion zv6005us is quite distinctive in that it features a 64-bit processor, the AMD Athlon 64 3200+. What will a 64-bit CPU do for you that a far more typical 32-bit CPU won't? Not that much if you're using 32-bit applications (the vast majority of today's software). But, the truth of the matter is that computers are simply unable to run much faster or generate better graphics than we're currently experiencing as long as they remain within the venerable 32-bit architecture. A 64-bit CPU, then, assures you of some degree of compatibility with the brave new 64-bit world that 's purportedly just around the corner.

That said, the AMD Athlon 64 3200+ is also quite adequate for 32-bit applications. AMD processors work a bit differently than Intel processors, so the fact that this particular chip is rated at "just" 2 GHz while some of Intel's notebook Pentium chips are rated at 3 GHz or more, means very little. Suffice to say this CPU is fast enough for all common notebook tasks. Moreover, it features AMD's Cool'N'Quiet technology to reduce noise and heat and increase battery longevity.

Computers typically store information on their hard drive, but they keep frequently and recently accessed data in Random Access Memory (RAM) for faster retrieval. More RAM means more efficient computing, superior multitasking and less strain on your hard drive. The Pavilion zv6005us incorporates 512 megabytes of RAM, a satisfactory amount for this level of notebook and certainly enough to permit satisfactory multitasking. Moreover, the unit supports memory upgrades to a whopping two gigabytes -- more than you'll ever need.

CPU's are usually so busy doing basic calculations that they need help translating visual output, particularly 3D graphics, to the viewing screen. This is the duty of the graphics card (or graphics controller). A graphics controller with "dedicated" built-in video memory is preferable to one with "shared" video memory wherein the graphics controller borrows a portion of the all-important main system memory. The ATI Radeon Xpress 200M IGP installed inside the Pavilion zv6005us is a solid notebook 3D graphics card, featuring 128 MB of dedicated memory. Though the unit won't satisfy hardcore gamers who absolutely must see their games with the best possible detail and at the highest possible resolutions, it's far ahead of most notebooks in this respect and should be quite agreeable to those who often deal with 3D graphics and games.

Featuring a DVD-friendly widescreen format and supporting crystal clear 1280 by 768 resolution, the system's 15.4-inch display is slightly larger than average.

Hard Disk
The Pavilion zv6005us features an 80 GB hard disk. This is a generous amount of storage space for a notebook in this price range and easily enough for a broad range of applications and also a library of space-gobbling music and/or multimedia files.

Optical Drive
An optical drive is essential in today's computing environment. A "CD-ROM" drive allows you to install CD-based applications and play music CDs. A "CD-RW" drive adds CD "burning", so you can also backup your important files to long-lasting discs and create personalized music CDs. With a DVD-ROM drive you can watch DVD movies. And with a DVD-RW drive, you can "write" home movies to durable discs and archive files to DVD (DVDs boast more than seven times the storage capacity of a CD). Most drives support several of these operations. This system boasts a versatile Double Layer DVD±R/RW and CD-RW Combo Drive that not only handles all of the above but also supports new double layer DVDs (twice the capacity of standard DVDs).

The Pavilion zv6005us offers microphone-in and headphone-out jacks and two integrated speakers.

Keyboard and Controls
You'll control your notebook via a 101 key-compatible keyboard, a Touch Pad with an on/off button and dedicated vertical scroll up/down pad, and several one-touch hotkeys.

Connectivity and Expansion
The Pavilion zv6005us is well connected. The unit features a 56K modem for low-speed dial-up Internet and email access, a 10/100BASE-T Ethernet port for high-speed wired network and Internet, and 802.11b/g wireless technology for cord-free communication. Other key amenities include four high-speed USB 2.0 ports for plug and play devices such as external drives and digital cameras, an IEEE 1394 FireWire port (commonly used for quick data uploads from digital camcorders), an S-Video TV-out and a 6-in-1 card reader for reading and transferring files to and from popular memory cards.

Operating System and Software
HP will pre-install a copy of Microsoft's Windows Home Edition operating system and an assortment of applications that includes Microsoft's Money financial suite, Microsoft's Works productivity pack, and HP's own Image Zone photo and video software.

Dimensions and Weight
Many of today's most powerful notebooks are also the largest, weighing ten or twelve lbs or more and too cumbersome for extensive, continuous traveling. These are often referred to as "desktop replacements". On the other extreme are "thin and lights" or "ultra-portables", super-miniaturized units that typically aren't as powerful as their larger brethren but weigh as little as two or three lbs. and will often fit comfortably inside a large purse. At 8 lbs and 14.25 by 11.18 by 1.9, the Pavilion zv6005us is a bit larger than today's norm.

The Pavilion zv6005us sports an 8-cell Lithium-Ion battery. ... Read more

96. HP 48G Graphing Calculator
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00000JBLL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 13476
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Now the power of 3-D graphing, charts, and lists are in an RPN graphic calculator. The HP 48G helps you work through complicated equations quickly and easily. Use the pre-created forms to input your data fast. The HP 48G gives you the functionality of a high-powered graphic calculator in an easy-to-use system. ... Read more


  • 32 KB of RAM
  • Built-in equation library
  • 300+ Formulas/Scientific constants
  • Create applications quickly and easily
  • Statistic/Mathematic/Scientific features

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fine craftsmanship!!!
HP calculators are built to be used by professionals. They are built to a standard of quality you seldom see anymore. Unlike calculators from other manufacturers, people who use HP calculators tend to use them for a VERY long time! I have had my HP48g for 8 years now and it still measures up to the competition. YES RPN entry is different BUT it is FAR MORE efficient to use in lengthy or repetitve computations. Unlike Casio,Sharp, and TI, there is a tremendous amount of professional grade software for scientist and engineers widely available. There are games too. The HP48g is solid and it has an IR port as well as a serial port for connection to a computer or other device. This calculator is a powerhouse! If you are a science or engineering major and you want to be serious about your trade then this has to be a device you own!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the finest products ever created
This calculator is GREAT. I was a Computer Engineering major at U of Michigan-AA. We had some dumb courses like Transistors which don't really help much in programming. We were allowed to use calculators on the test, so what I did was program my HP with RPN Basic to solve the problems for me! Got 96% on exams and finished in 15 minutes.

So for $300 (at the time I bought it), I got an A in a course designed for Electrical Engineers, and made the course into an HP48 programming course!

HP rocks...

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't imagine being without it
I've had this calculator for 7 years now and am very satisfied. Once you get used to the stack system of inputting, you wonder how you ever did without it. I'd recommend it to anyone entering the engineering field, either school level or professional.

5-0 out of 5 stars HP Calc Review
I bought a HP48S in 1993. Even though I was an extremely poor Engineering student at the time, I found it to be money well-spent. The equation solving capabilities of the HP proved to be essential in getting me through tough engineering exams. I liked the 48S so much that I recently bought the HP48GX, and it has proven to be even better than the 48S in many ways. I would recommend this calculator over any other brand on the market to an Engineering student or graduate.

5-0 out of 5 stars Think hard before buying this calculator.
I am an Engineering student in Hoboken. I recently purchased an HP48GX. I would not advise buying this calculator for simple user functions. The stack system is no good. To do simple functions like 4 * 4 + 5, so many steps have to be taken. But on the other hand I would recomend this calculator for the serious engineering student, it will get you far. Buy an HP but also buy a minor scientific calculator so that you can perform the more simple operations. Choose wiseley, the HP is not a calculator you jump into buying without trying it out. ... Read more

97. HP 610 Digital Color Copier
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $601.00
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Asin: B0000696PT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 8559
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Digital desktop color copier, with print capabilities
  • 2-sided copying, collation, and a 50-page auto document feeder
  • Handles a wide range of originals, including 3-D objects
  • 18 cpm black, 16 cpm color copying; 19 ppm black, 16 ppm color printing
  • USB interface; PC compatible

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Noise Levels not for the faint of heart!
I bought this for our home office/homeschool to replace a dinosaur, the HP 150 color copier. We shopped for a machine like the 150 that would simply make decent inkjet color copies and to our dismay found that most manufacturers are producing "multi-function" devices with the weak link being the copy function. They were all so slow as to be unuseable for making 100-200 copies per week. I finally found the 610 on-line as a "replacement/upgrade" to the 150. It arrived this week.

Set-up was straightforward. The footprint is a bit larger than the 150, but it also makes copies up to legal size so the scan bed is larger. It has a tray to feed originals into and a "two-sided" copy mode that works nicely. The quality is only mediocre in "fast" mode (my mode of choice for most copies). When set to "fast", text is a bit blurred, though certainly legible, and colors are noticeably subdued. it is decent/acceptable in "normal" mode. I have only attempted copies of pages with text and moderate graphics-no photos as yet, but my guess is that it would not be a great photo copier. The graphics I've printed are not extremely accurate.

The speed is acceptable, although it seems cumbersome and slow for single copies. But after initial warm-up/head cleaning and for multiples it is much quicker than the 150. Color copies produced at a rate of about every 5-6 seconds in "fast" mode.

The downside is the noise. It literally sounds like it is coming apart. I had a transmission go bad in a car once that was almost as loud as this copier! Thankfully, it resides in our homeschool room and not in my office where I make business phone calls. It would be impossible to talk on the phone in a 12' x 14' room while this thing makes copies.

The other big downside to me is the lack of Mac driver support. So far there are not even any "gimp-print" drivers available. I hope HP will correct this and produce drivers for us Mac users.

My final verdict is that it satisfies my need for a decent copier. With a hundred dollar rebate, making the total purchase around $300, the price is about right. I have no idea about some of the advanced features like collating, banner printing, etc. Most of these I will never use. All in all, for what we'll use it for, it's a keeper.

5-0 out of 5 stars So Far So Good
I selected this model after a long search and comparison of high-end home/small office copiers. This one is loaded with features. If you want a copier in this price range that COLLATES, then this HP 610 is your ONLY choice. I almost went with another brand that claimed to collate, but only by scouring customer reviews did I learn what their advertising conveniently omitted: collation only works in black and white. If you are buying a color copier, what ... good is that?

Some other competitive models WILL collate color, but ONLY if the copier is connected to a computer. But I bought this one for my wife to use for materials for her Kindergarten class, and this machine will be a stand-alone copier for the near future. I already have a multifunction printer and a photo printer connected to my computer. The copier will be in another room by itself.

Setting up was easy. I did run into two small glitches: On step 7(4b), the instructions say "Push the printhead handles down". If you've seated the printheads properly, then they are ALREADY pushed down. This is unclear, and you could unnecessarily break one. When they didn't seem to budge, AND everything seemed to fit ok, I assumed they were already pushed down, and it turned out I was right.

The other glitch: Step 9, "Align the printheads". As the very last step you press the "Enter" button to align the printhead. A message appeared on the display, something like "Starting Process" (I don't recall exactly). Then the machine just sat there, apparently doing nothing.

While I was waiting, I searched through the manual trying to see if they mention how long this would take. Not a word. Finally I gave up, and tried to shut off the machine, but the power won't go off when it's in the middle of something. Finally, I took a chance and disconnected the power cable. When I powered it back up, it announced it was aligning and immediately went into action; only then did I know for sure that I did the right thing.

The few tests I ran on the machine went without a problem. I'm giving it 5 stars because of its great capability and so far it looks wonderful. I did not appreciate that this machine, out of the box, does double sided copying. Thats right, it automatically can copy BOTH sides of an original (if it starts in the ADF) and print BOTH sides of the copy. And, you can choose to do 1>1, 1>2, 2>1, or 2>2 copying. All, hands off.

The machine is slow and clunky. It has the most far ranging and bizarre assortment of wierd noises, clicks and clunks, you are sure the machine disintegrating inside, or some parts came loose and are systematically destroying the machine. You'd be better off being deaf; then you'd just notice that the machine is SLOW.

Its particularly slow when you are just making one copy or so. It is more at home when you have to make 8 copies of a 10-page color document, and collate them. That is a start-and-forget operation. So, this machine is less than ideal for a busy office, but for home use, the slowness and oddball noise is no big deal. ... For home use, this IS a very expensive machine ...but for a busy office not on a tight budget, you may actually want to step up in class.

I had a Canon PC-20 copier for 18 years before I bought this one and put the old Canon out on the curb. That Canon ... was R-U-G-G-E-D, and still working when I said goodbye. The HP is far lighter, and presumably flimsier. They just don't mak'em like they use-ta. I do worry about the durability of this machine, and there is some indication that it will prove to be sensitive to the paper that goes in through its feeders. So be careful. Make sure your blank paper is clean and perfect; if your originals are not in pristine shape, use the fixed platen rather than the document feeder.

Lastly, HP's reputation for quality and customer support has slipped in recent years. That is why I looked so hard to find an alternative model. ... I always decline extended warranties, but you might want to take a closer look at one if its offered where you buy this machine.

I'm giving this machine 5 stars, but remember, I've only done about 25 copies total on this machine. ....

Enjoy. ... Read more

98. HP PhotoSmart 7260 Inkjet Printer (Q3005A)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $122.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ACOVY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10919
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

HP's PhotoSmart 7260 photo printer offers high-quality, convenient photo printing directly from your digital camera's memory card, or from your PC or Mac computer. With four built-in memory card slots, you can be guaranteed compatibility with virtually any camera--choose from CompactFlash (Type I and II), SmartMedia, Memory Sticks, Secure Digital, Multi Media Card and xD-Picture Card memory cards.

Print speeds are variable, depending on the speed/quality mode selected, but range from up to 10 ppm for black printing (Fast Draft mode) to approximately 114 seconds for a 4-by-6-inch photo print (Best mode). Print speeds are enhanced further with the addition of the optional HP no. 56 black print cartridge, which enables 6-ink color printing for optimal photo finish results.

The PhotoSmart 7260 handles a wide range of media types and sizes, and comes with a dedicated 24-sheet 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray plus a 100-sheet standard media input tray to easily handle all your everyday printing. The PhotoSmart 7260 comes with just about everything you'll need to get started (USB cable not included), and is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP PhotoSmart 7260 photo printer, HP no. 57 (C6657A) tri-color inkjet print cartridge, HP no. 58 (C6658A) photo inkjet print cartridge, power supply, basics guide, software on CD-ROM (PC and Mac), electronic documentation, media pack ... Read more


  • Print directly from your digital camera memory card
  • 6-ink color printing or up to 4,800 optimized dpi color, 1,200 dpi black
  • Up to 10 ppm black, 9 ppm color with standard cartridge
  • Convenient save-to-PC button saves photos directly to your computer
  • 2 USB ports, 4 memory card slots; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars it sucks
do not buy this it is bad ... Read more

99. HP Toner for the LJ4600 (Black)
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $204.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000696PW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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100. HP ScanJet 8200 Professional Image Scanner
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $573.00
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B00009X7EN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10091
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

HP's ScanJet 8200 flatbed scanner was designed with the serious user in mind. With the ability to scan items up to 8.5 x 14 inches in size, multiple 35 mm negatives and slides using the built-in transparent materials adapter, or even up to 25 document pages unattended with the optional document feeder, the ScanJet 8200 can handle virtually any task.

High 4,800 dpi optical resolution and 48-bit color combine together to deliver professional quality results every time. Plus, you can by-pass your computer keyboard and use the six one-touch buttons to copy, save, or e-mail your scanned images, and more.

PC and Mac compatible, the 8200 comes with everything you'll need to get set up, including a handy bundle of imaging tools and software. The ScanJet 8200 comes backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
HP ScanJet 8200, transparent materials adapter, USB cable, external power adapter, user's manual, TWAIN driver, CD-ROMs with software for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh [HP Photo & Imaging software with Share-to-Web software and HP Memories Disc Creator, HP ScanJet copy utility, suite of electronic help tools (includes paper manual), NewSoft Presto! BizCard Reader, IRIS ReadIris Pro, Adobe PhotoShop Elements, Adobe Acrobat Reader (Windows only)] ... Read more


  • Up to 4,800 dpi resolution, 48-bit color
  • 4-second preview scans; 6 designated one-touch buttons
  • Built-in transparent-materials adapter for slides and film
  • Generous software, including NewSoft Presto! BizCard Reader, IRIS ReadIris Pro, and Adobe PhotoShop Elements
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional SCSI module; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars compatibility issue
I previously left a warning that this scanner was incompatible with Mac OS X Panther (10.3.x). However, HP has just released a driver for this scanner, and all compatibilty issues seem to be resolved. If you purchase this scanner within the next couple months (before the newer models with the driver included reach the outlets), you may find that you need to download the driver from When I downloaded the driver, my computer mistook it as an Adobe Go Live file. If this happens, single click on the downloaded file and open it with Stuffit Expander (or similar program). This should work and give you a folder with several options. Rather than just the Mac OS 10.3 plug-in, select the icon for the general scanjet installer. If you have any other trouble, HP service should be able to help. Now that I finally got this contraption to work, I'm amazed at the quality and speed. You'll be very happy with this scanner.

5-0 out of 5 stars This scanner rocks!
I have thousands and thousands of family pictures and letters to
sort through and scan in, and my old scanner just wasn't up to
the task. I've been looking around for a faster scanner and this
one is defeinitely it. My old scanner took 80 seconds to scan a
color image at 300 dpi. This scanner takes maybe 8 seconds to do
the same, and the quality is better. I scan directly from Paint
Shop Pro using WIA, because I don't care much for the HP software
that comes with the scanner. I am in love with my new scanner
and have no doubt it was worth the extra money. ... Read more

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